Health & Safety Systems Manager / HSEQ Manager

16 Jul 2019
13 Aug 2019
Bluetown Online
Health & Safety
Contract Type
Full Time
Job Title: Health & Safety Systems Manager

Location: Swindon (with travel)

Salary: Competitive

Job Type: Full Time, Permanent

The Company is an exciting and inspiring company to work for, where investment in their people's skills and knowledge is integral to their success. They ensure a supportive and inclusive working environment which is underpinned by their culture of expertise, safety and trust. These things allow them to lead the way in terms of sustainability, innovation and personal development. If you are looking for a dynamic and exciting workplace that provides a great team environment, where you can contribute to making a real difference, the company is the place for you.

Plastic is a fantastic material but at the end of its life only 10% is recycled – the rest is burnt, buried or lost into the environment. They are changing the story of plastics by enabling more plastic waste to be recycled into valuable resources, thereby keeping plastics in the circular economy and out of their oceans.

They have developed a modular machine to chemically recycle plastic waste back into a valuable petroleum raw material, for use as a feedstock in new plastics production, waxes and fuels. Using a chemical approach to recycling, no plastic gets left behind. Using a modular approach to process design, they harness the power of mass production to scale up quickly and cost effectively.

Job Purpose:

The Health & Safety Systems Manager acts as the central expert on matters of Health, Safety, Environmental and Compliance; understanding and converting regulatory and legal requirements, industry best practice and internal learning into actionable improvement plans and efficient management systems that support the achievement of their corporate objectives whilst training and supporting their teams so that they can deliver these best practice levels of performance.

As a valued member of the Operations Team, reporting to the Operations Director, you would be responsible for the assessment, planning and implementation of HSE initiatives, policies and practices, and be pivotal in further developing and maturing their 'Compliance Culture'. As an experienced HSE professional you will provide subject matter expertise on implementation of, and compliance with, a range of management systems regimes and accreditations as required by their business and Customers. You will use your experience to design, implement and assure HSE policies and processes, including the development of training and awareness packages.

The HS Systems Manager role is an important part of protecting their stakeholder interests. their performance will be measured by their shareholders, their teams, their clients and regulatory authorities. They will assess how safely they deliver, the impact their operations have on the environment, and their ability to comply with all relevant regulation. Fundamentally their performance will be a reflection of RT’s behaviour and how well they choose to operate their business.

Key Responsibilities:

* Keeping abreast of the latest developments in industry best practice and regulatory compliance
* Development and management of the HSE management system, developing, and assuring compliance with, relevant policies and procedures
* Provide support and advice to Management team in their delivery of legal and corporate HSE goals, design and deliver Safety and HSE campaigns within the company;
* Provide an advisory service to project teams and individuals; provide training and motivation to their teams to meet and exceed industry best practice
* Monitor their systems and audit their performance, lead and manage the monthly review of HSE system, reporting back to the Senior Management Team and Board of Directors
* Investigation, management and reporting of incidents, observations and near misses, support their crisis management and business continuity plans
* Work with their own Site Teams, the Remote Control Team, Regional Cluster Managers and their respective third-party client sites to ensure that all sites exceed their and their contractual undertakings (operator’s obligations)

Key Requirements:


* Recognised training qualification, or experience developing and delivering a suite of HSE courses
* Depth of experience in HSE Industry Standards including but not limited to OHSAS18001, ISO14001, 45001 (Lead or Internal Auditors qualification(s))
* Experience of working in a technology, engineering or project-based organisation
* Sound HSE legal and regulatory knowledge
* Delivering H&S or Environmental Compliance across multiple remote locations


* Oil and gas process experience
* Experience of Waste or Construction health and safety including CDM
* WAMITAB Level 4 Medium Risk Operator Competence for Non-Hazardous Waste Treatment and Transfer or similar

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Candidates with the experience or relevant job titles of; SHEQ Manager, HSEQ Manager, Quality Assurance Manager, Quality Manager, Group HSEQ Director, MIOSH Qualified, Environmental Director, Quality Auditor, Senior Quality Auditor, Senior HSEQ Advisor, Health and Safety Manager, QHSE Manager, Health & Safety Director, Group Health & Safety Director, Environmental Manager, Project Coordinator, Project Management, Project Manager, Project Team Leader, Project Supervisor, Service Delivery Coordinator, Senior Project Coordinator, Junior Project Manager, Trainee Project Manager may also be considered for this role.

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